Walking down Mamaroneck Avenue last night, I noticed a new Turkish place next to Mario's Pizza. Went inside and grabbed a menu, looks like the standard, but decent selection of meze, sandwiches and kebabs. More of a takeout place than real sit-down restaurant. Prices seemed reasonable (although $6.95 sandwiches seem a little steep). The owner said they'd be extending their hours into late night once the weather gets warmer and he sees how the foot traffic is.
It's called Turkish Cuisine Westchester, at 116 Mamaroneck Avenue. They have a website: http://www.turkishcuisineny.com.
Anyone tried this place yet? If it's any good, it's be a welcome addition to the area, especially for late-night grub.
Turkish Cuisine Westchester
116 Mamaroneck Ave, White Plains, NY 10601
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